Family:Whitney, Albert Gallatin (1847-a1900)
He married, 9 Nov 1871, Champaign Co., IL, Elnora Radenbaugh, of Champaign, IL. She was born 9 Aug 1849, and died after 1900.
He was born in Danville, OH, and worked on a farm until eighteen years of age, attending the district school as opportunity presented. Later, until his majority, he attended the Vermillion Institute, a Presbyterian college at Hayesville, OH. After graduating, for the following three years he taught school in Amity, OH, and in IL. Entering school at Champaign he attended five terms, teaching during vacations. Later he was principal of school at Salem, IL. He studied law and was admitted to the bar in 1873. In 1876 he moved to Salina, KS, and since then has resided in New Mexico, Champaign, IL, and Beatrice, NE. In 1890 he moved to Chicago and since then has practiced his profession there; resided 695 Fletcher St., Chicago, IL.
Children of Albert Gallatin8 and Elnora (Radenbaugh) Whitney:
i. Cleveland9 Whitney, b. 13 Oct 1872, IL; not in family in 1880. ii. Lillian Whitney, b. Dec 1876, IL. iii. Albert R. Whitney, b. ca. 1879, IL. iv. Oliver F. Whitney, b. -----. v. Millard Viola Whitney, b. 24 Dec 1893; m. Reinhold Dobbertin.
He was undoubtedly named for Albert Gallatin, a prominent politician, diplomat, and ethnologist.
Lineage of Cleveland's son Wesley Gallatin Whitney: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=67299199
- 1870: not found.
- 1880: not found.
- 1880, Urbana, Champaign Co., IL:
Joseph T. MILLER 48 Self M M W OH Physician PA OH Charlotte V. MILLER 45 Wife F M W PA Keeping House PA PA William H. MILLER 17 Son M S W IL At School OH PA Horace W. MILLER 15 Son M S W IL At School OH PA Minnie DORAN 14 Oth F S W IL Servant IN IN William RADABAUGH 43 Oth M M W PA Silver Smith PA PA Elnora WHITNEY 28 SisL F M W PA At Home PA PA Lilian WHITNEY 3 Niec F S W KS OH PA Albert WHITNEY 1 Neph M S W KS OH PA
- All data imported from Frederick Clifton Pierce, The Descendants of John Whitney, Who Came from London, England, to Watertown, Massachusetts, in 1635, (Chicago: 1895), p. 556.